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Michigan Civil Procedure

No two cases are alike, and procedures vary with the nature and complexity of the legal and evidentiary issues involved. The following is a very general outline of the stages of a civil action.

Criminal Offenses

Felony (more than one year in prison) Misdemeanor (up to one year in prison) City/Township Ordinances (up to 90/93 days in jail)

DUI/DWI, Substance Abuse & Driving 

Hadd Law specializes in Substance Abuse and Driving cases. Our attorneys are some of Metro Detroit’s top DUI/DWI Lawyers and have extensive experience in these areas.

When you drink alcohol, or use other drugs, and drive, you endanger your life,  the lives of your passengers and others on the road. Each year, thousands of people are injured, killed, or permanently disabled because someone drove while intoxicated or impaired after consuming alcohol or other substances.


DISCLAIMER: The following material is intended to answer some of your questions about divorce proceedings in general. It is not intended to answer specific questions about your particular case, since each case is different.

Landlord’s Interests 

Do you have a deadbeat tenant? Do you have a tenant who is not paying rent? Do you want them evicted from your property? Do you need to gain access to the property to make repairs and your tenant is refusing you access?

You have rights. We can start the eviction process for you. Contact Issa G. Haddad at once to get the process started. Depending on the jurisdiction, this process can last as little as 27 days from start to finish.

Traffic Tickets 

The technical name for a traffic ticket is a civil infraction.  A civil infraction is a non-criminal violation of a law prosecuted by the State or a local government unit. A person cannot be sent to jail for a civil infraction. The most common examples are traffic citations, like speeding, running a red light, disobeying a traffic control device, not stopping for a school bus, prohibited turns, careless driving, no proof of insurance, no proof of registration, and many more. The penalty for a civil infraction is payment of fines, costs, and fees. For a traffic civil infraction, points may be added to your driving record.